World is eagerly waiting for the mid-engine Corvette, but General Motors had already announced that they are retiring the brand from Europe by the end of 2013. There are some exceptions in form of Chevrolet Corvette and Camaro. Corvette is a limited run version and combines best attributes of the seventh generation. Corvette C7 is bidding goodbye with Z06 and Grand Sport ‘Final Edition’. The coupe is already available in certain markets of Europe and comes with two flavours Z06 and Grand Sport ‘Final Edition’. Buyers can opt between Sebring Orange Tintcoat and Ceramic Matrix Gray metallic colors.
There is also carbon fiber front splitter and side skirts along with black wheels covered Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tires. It is complemented by Brembo carbon ceramic brakes as standard. Additionally, ‘Final Edition’ stickers can be found on the sills, to emphasize that it is last C7 version before going to be replaced by all-new C8. Inside the cabin of Corvette Final Edition consists of Competition sports seats, Black Nappa leather, suede microfiber, a high-gloss carbon fiber trim package and a Performance Data Recorder. Customers who are opting for Z07 Package for Z06 and Grand Sport models will be getting seven-speed manual transmission.
Now, with or without Z07 Package, Grand Sport comes with eight-speed auto transmission. Price of Chevrolet Corvette Final Edition Grand Sport starts from €116,500 in Germany and in Switzerland, it starts from 130,000 francs. Chevrolet Corvette Z06 is priced from €139,500 and 153,200 francs. Felix Weller, Chevrolet Performance Cars Europe Vice President said in a statement that this special edition aims to honors current generation which has contributed greatly to the history of Corvette series.